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? >> and now, "bbc world news." norway is hit by twin terror attacks. first, a car bomb explodes killing seven. and the gunman opens fire on an island outside the city with at least 10 people killed there. in norwegian man has been arrested with local media saying he has links to right-wing extremism. the international community condemns the attacks. the worst violence since the second world war. hello, and welcome to bbc news. the broadcasting to our viewers on pbs in america. police in norway have confirmed dead and ethnic norwegian man has been arrested in connection with two attacks that left many dead and many more injured. the of reported that the man has links to right-wing extremism. an explosion tore through the headquarters of the norwegian government friday afternoon killing at least seven people. two hours later, a man who opened fire at a youth camp organized by the ruling labor party. at least 10 people were killed there. the attacks are the most severe since the second world war. our security correspondent has the latest on the developing story. >> an atrocity in oslo. a huge bl
. norway has not seen violence like this since the second world war. tonight, the country is reeling. first came a huge explosion in the capital of oslo that killed at least seven people and left many more injured when a bomb ripped through government buildings, including the prime minister's office. then in an attack police say was linked, a gun man opened fire at a youth rally, killing at least 10. starting our coverage frank gardner. >> an atrocity in oslo. a huge bomb blast return through the center of the norwegian capital, killing, mating, destroying. it could have been so much worse if so many residents had not left for the weekend. norway posted prime minister, if possible target escaped >> we were told to go into the back room and we came out into the street they said it was bombed. and then, confusingly, a second attack two hours later on a nearby island. in nordic looking man began shooting at the political views camp for the ruling party. some tried to escape by swimming away. he reportedly shot at them as they fled. now he has been arrested. police have the biggest living clue.
ties to right- wing extremism. this is the worst violence in norway since the second world war. hello and welcome to bbc news. at least 80 people were killed on the island of utoeya when a gunman opened fire. many other people have been injured. police have also confirmed that a 32-year-old ethnic norwegian man has been arrested in connection with this incident and the earlier bombing in the capital. the man has links to right-wing extremists. he has been named by some media outlets in norway but the police have not confirmed his identity. an explosion tore through the headquarters of the norwegian government building in oslo killing at least seven people. two hours later, and then opened fire on the island of utoeya -- a man opened fire on the island of utoeya at a youth camp. the attacks are considered the worst violence since the second world war. i asked for confirmation of the huge number of casualties. >> that is the latest figure from the island, 80 young people were shot on this island. >> this is a shocking development, because we have heard that around 10 had been killed. we
a divorce. welcome to our viewers on pbs in america and also of around the globe. norway has not seen violence like this since the second world war. tonight, the country is reeling. first came a huge explosion in the capital of oslo, killing at least seven and leaving many more injured when a bomb ripped through government buildings, including the price ministers office. then in an attack police say was a white man dressed as a policeman, he opened fire at a youth camp, killing at least 10. ç@b5bçñçóçççç, the bomb in the city center sending chaos. police race to clear the streets. office, oilnister's ministry, and headquarters for the newspaper were among the -- among the buildings hit. >> we were at a cafe a block away and it felt like the building with a fall down over us. it was it out explosion and we ran out onto the street. and we saw all of the buildings surrounding the main building were totally written to -- totally ruined. there was glass all over the street and people line there bleeding. i was scared. >> then away from oslo, reports of a shooting at an isla
of the governing party. police say the two attacks are linked. norway has been hit by a double bombing and shooting. in the capital of oslo, a bomb has exploded. 8 gunmen disguised as a policeman killed four people at a youth meeting of the ruling labor party. several government buildings have been severely damaged in central oslo. the prime minister is reported to be safe. police are warning people to stay away from the center of the capital. >> the blast tore through the government quarter at 3:20. the force of the explosion wrecked several ministries and the prime minister's office. he was not in the building. windows were shattered, fires broke out, and debris littered the streets at the site. people might be trapped in some of the damaged buildings. eyewitnesses have been giving their accounts of the chaos. many say the explosion felt like an earthquake. >> we were standing there talking and then suddenly it seemed like the whole room had been picked up and the windows were all smashed in. i ran out to take a look and i saw lots of smoke coming from the ministry of justice. i thought it might
to the prime minister yet of norway? >> we do not know at this point. in fact, i did inquire of a senior administration official if, in fact, he plans additional briefings on this information that we're still gathering. hope to have more on that later. >> dan, always appreciate it. thank you. >> okay. >>> still ahead, this was a scene on a new york highway this morning. really the aftermath of this horrific fire after a tractor-trailer slammed into a bus filled with tourists. some amazing stories of heroism here. that is coming up. st. for broccoli, say one. for toys, say two. toys ! the system can't process your response at this time. what ? please call back between 8 and 5 central standard time. he's in control. goodbye. even kids know it's wrong to give someone the run around. at ally bank you never have to deal with an endless automated system. you can talk to a real person 24/7. it's just the right thing to do. and i count on social security. here's what i'm not... a pushover. right now, some in washington want to make a deal cutting the social security and medicare benefits we work
washington. naming the victims in norway, the identity of those from friday's deadly attacks. a clearer picture emerges of the killer. with just one week to go, and u.s. politicians are taking aim at each other as wall street starts to worry. and paying a hefty price. now in possession of the world's most expensive bottle of white wine. welcome to our viewers on pbs in america and elsewhere around the globe. in norway, the lawyer being asked to defend anders behring breivik says he is likely in sane. they are releasing the names of those killed. we have more on the aftermath of the attack and what is known about the man who carried it out. >> the official naming of the norway dad is underway, a shocking reminder that most victims were children or very young adults. among them, a 20-year-old model and talented dansville, and the young this is believed to be just 14. among those future stars, a 21- year-old described by the norway prime minister as one of the country's most promising youth politicians. among those missing after trying to swim away, another talented speaker who addressed a
out of norway. a devastating and deadly attack in the capital city of oslo. and i want to show you some of these pictures. this is heart-wrenching to watch. people rushing away from these blasts. this is the heart of the downtown tower center. people scattering, running scared after a massive blast took out the windows of several government buildings. inside one of those buildings, the prime minister's office. we are being told he was not there at the time. but as of this very second, here's the latest number we have. seven, at least seven people are reported dead, and many more injured. in what oslo's mayor is calling a terrible day for norway. police are urging folks to stay off their cell phones just in order to keep those networks free so some of the people in the area can call their loved ones, call their family, tell them they're okay. but on top of all this, a person dressed up as a policeman walked into this youth camp attended by 700 people and just opened fire. everything is unfolding as we speak. i want to go to nima. bring us up to speed as far as what's happened. does
in norway stands before a judge and explained his actions. >>> you are watching abc 7 is at 6:00, on your side. >>> we continue to look at a day of mourning for the people of norway. >> thousands marched in the streets of oslo. the deadliest attack since world war ii. the man accused in the attacks and faced a judge. we have the latest developments from norway. >> today, anders behring breivik admitted to the bombing and shooting massacre that followed on victoria island. he says he is not criminally responsible. >> he has acknowledged having carried out the bombing against big government corridors. >> in a closed courtroom, he referred to to other cells of this organization that are out there working with him. >> he believes that he needed to carry out these acts in order to save norway and western europe. >> terror it is -- is painlain on the faces of these teenagers as he stalked their youth camp. >> he is going around killing people like it was no big deal. >> this is where the shooter boarded the ferry to take him to the island. he was so convincing as a cop but officials from the i
:00. >>> new details are emerging about the violent rampage in norway. at least 92 are dead tonight. witnesses are talking about the terrifying 90 minutes they were trapped on an island with a crazed gunman. >>> also, another working saturday here in washington. the president and congress are meeting again to reach an agreement on the nation's debt. and there is late word tonight a deal is less than a day away. >>> also, the death of amy winehouse, the troubled singer was found dead this afternoon, and tonight police are on the scene in london investigating. >>> good saturday, everyone. i'm craig melvin. we start tonight with the extreme heat, for a second day in a row we have hit record temperatures. and in is an excessive heat warning in effect for the entire viewing area right now. in suitland, a pool was the most popular attraction at their community day celebration. a similar story at the columbia place marketplace. but for folks living at one apartment complex on massachusetts avenue, the heat is downright unbearable. the air conditioning hasn't been working right since thursday, and it'
coordinated attack, and we are on the scene in norway. >>> heat dome. it is cooking outside. literally. as mother nature drops an atmospheric lid on more than 100 million americans and lets us simmer and stew. so how dangerous is it out there? and how can you stay safe? >>> and, behind barbie. she's the doll with the key to the american heart. the best friend that changes with each generation. but once upon a time, barbie was just the dream of one dad for his daughter. >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," july 22nd, 2011. >>> good evening, i'm bill weir. and we begin tonight with breaking news from the normally placid nation of norway, where police now say at least 80 people were killed in a shooting spree at a youth camp for that country's ruling labour party. that horrific assault came as a car bomb outside a government building shattered downtown oslo, the norwegian capital, killing at least seven more. tonight police say they have a suspect in custody, the man they believe to be
massacre norway has seen in more than 60 years. anders behring breivik appeared in an oslo court on monday, but the judge said no to cameras. behind closed doors, breivik admitted to the bombing and the killing of scores of people. he will spend the next four weeks in solitary confinement. >> anders behring breivik was photographed leaving the courthouse. he did not look distraught, even after acknowledging he was responsible for the oslo bombing and massacre. it is one of the few photos of norway's most infamous man. reporters waited for hours. the hearing was held behind closed doors. afterwards, the judge disclosed what breivik had said at the hearing. >> while the accused has acknowledged the circumstances, he has not pleaded guilty. the accused believes he needed to carry out these acts in order to save norway and western europe from, and i quote, cultural marxism and an islamic takeover. >> police are searching the form that breivik rented and are investigating whether he had accomplished this -- accomplices. earlier, he said he had acted alone. the police say they cannot rule out th
. >>> did he act alone? a man accused of killing dozens of people in norway faces the charges against him, and adds something ominous about his mission. >>> the lost artist. a lifetime of talent and fatal demons and now the question, could anything have saved amy winehouse? >>> and flip-flopping on what the right thing is to wear to work, where things have definitely changed. "nightly news" begins now. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. right about now on a monday night in july, a lot of americans have had it with what they see and hear coming out of washington. talks that start up and break off, insults and threats and slights between the two sides, the two parties, politics, posturing over real progress and compromise. listen to what americans across this country are saying today about their leaders in washington. >> it is embarrassing. if we hold ourselves out as a premiere country in the entire world, we can't even manage a budget, which every responsible family does and here our national government looks like curley, mo and larry or the marx brothers. >>
for its tranquillity. first a powerful explosion outside norway's main government complex in oslo. >> the entire building, the hotel, the tower in downtown oslo, it just shook, the concussion absolutely blew me away, and it seemed as if my bed had been struck by lightning. >> an assassin dressed as a police officer opens fire at a summer camp for norway's labor party, sending the panicked teenagers scrambling for cover. >> they were hiding in caves and bushes and shelters and trying to make little noise as possible because they were scared for their lives because of the shooter. >> tonight, as norway and the world asks why, the death toll is growing. seven killed and 90 injured in the downtown explosion. at least ten shot to death at the summer camp shooting spree. >>> but up first, stunning new drama in the debate over deficit spending in washington and the prospect of a historic government default just ten days from now. republican house speaker john boehner tonight calling off negotiations with president obama saying the democratic white house is too gung-ho about raising taxes
. the man accused of causing the massacre in norway is about to appear before a judge for the first time. the hearing will love be held in public. a country falls silent, forced to remember the dead as they come to grips with it the nation's worst wartime -- peacetime atrocity. >> welcome to "gmt." an emergency call for funds in the horn of africa, where 11 million people are at risk. the new york hotel maid that accused dominic strauss, and of trying to rape her gives her point of the story. it is 1:00 in oslo, where the man charged with killing more than 90 people last friday is about to make his first court appearance. this is the image we are getting from inside the court. >> behind me in an anonymous horde room, norway's most infamous murderer is about to appear in court. even the politicians said that there must be no concession to the killer in the aftermath, it looks like one small change is taking place in that this is supposed to be a closed hearing rather than open to the public. most norwegians feel that there is no way to justify this. the prime minister and the queen have s
norway and whether or not that is, indeed, what is unfolding in that country right now. it is believed that a car bomb went off in front of the prime minister's office earlier, just hours ago, and now we're getting word that a gunman disguised as a police officer has shot several people at a summer camp outside of oslo. welcome to "america live," everybody, i'm martha maccallum in for megyn kelly. so this is a situation of utter chaos unfolding right now in norway's capital city. that powerful be explosion that is said to have put a car on its side in front of the building, potentially the car that had the bomb in it outside government headquarters at the prime minister's office. at least two deaths so far in that explosion. you can see the scene on the streets here. fifteen other people were injured, but those numbers could change as authorities begin to assess the fallout here. that attack came as norway is dealing with a home-grown terror plot linked to al-qaeda. greg burke is streaming live for us from rome with the very latest on this. >> reporter: hi, martha. that's right. you kn
the stalemate? still on high alert. in norway. last week's attack continues to grip the country as the government promises an investigation. and counting down to the olympics. with just one year to go, london is busy getting ready in time. welcome to our viewers on pbs in america and also around the globe. in norway, the prime minister has about his country will counter last week's terror attacks with more democracy. he said that norway would not be intimidated by friday's mass killings and that a commission would be set up to determine how the events transpired. meanwhile, police are continuing to search for people who were reported missing on utoeya island. >> oslo central station. the country is on edge. abandoned suitcases spotted. it was harmless, but norwegians are haunted but -- by what happened five days a large car bomb launched a massacre last friday. a shooter went on touse -- to shoot children at summer camp. >> was there a time when you thought you were not going to survive? >> yes. >> you can close to it? >> yes. >> are you through the worst of it, or is the worst
norway-- >>> for the first time, we are hearing how long people were terrorized by a gunman at a youth camp in norway, as the death toll rises. >>> and new information on the bomb the suspect set off before the shooting rampage. >>> ♪ go to rehab, i say no, no, no. >> she summed up her own career in a single song. tonight, trouble pop-singing diva amy winehouse is dead. >>> short meetings and bickering in washington over the debt ceiling. and still no deal. why there is a rush to have it settled by 1:00 tomorrow afternoon. >>> good evening, i'm ann notarangelo. the death toll is now up to at least 92. one day after twin attacks in norway. and we're hearing about a delayed police response that allowed for a full hour and a half of terror at a youth camp. the shooting massacre on the island followed what is being called an oklahoma city type bombing in oslo. randall pinkston joins us tonight from oslo. randall? >> reporter: there are new details being revealed about the accused gunman. principally that he rented a farm that allowed him to obtain 6,000 tons of fertilizer. the
as the governing authority, but will it break the stalemate? still on alert in norway, the suffering from last week's attacks continue to grip the country as the government promises an investigation. and counting down to the olympics, with just one year to go. london is busy getting ready. welcome to our viewers on pbs in america and also around the globe. after months of nato bombing and continuing combat on the ground, the international effort to remove moammar gaddafi from power got another boost today. britain declared but another governing authority and expel the remaining diplomats from london. this follows the move by the u.s. and paves the way to unfreezing millions in dollars. but will it make a difference on the ground? john simpson reports. >> 6:00 in the morning in the mountains. spies have warned of a buildup of pro gaddafi forces nearby, but these are not trained soldiers. they are just a bunch of volunteers. hours pass, and the gaddafi troops do not attack. the rebels were lax. they hope it is a false alarm. 11:00 a.m., but now, it is too hot for fighting. suddenly go, a lookout spot
'm jane o'brien. unity in the face of tragedy, the people in norway gathered together as the man who attacked tells the court he was not acting alone. breaking her silence, the maid who accuse the dominique strauss-kahn -- who accused dominique strauss-kahn speaks out to tell her story. welcome to our viewers on pbs in america and around the globe. tonight, the country of norway remains in mourning as roughly 100,000 people gathered to remember those killed in friday's attacks. the show of solidarity comes on the same day? anders preeg the -- anders bregbreivik claimed that he wast acting alone and there are two others in his organization. >> this is the man accused, anders breivik, wearing a dark top and see sat next to police officers. -- as he sat next to police officers. many were worried he would try to use his court appearance as a platform for his views, as he himself wanted. >> this should not be a public hearing. this is what he wants. i do not see why we should let him have his way. >> lines formed to go inside the courtroom, but the police opposed an open hearing. therefor
toll from two terror attacks in norway continues to live. a suspect is under arrest. more information is emerging as well about who exactly he is and what his intelligences may have been. >>> also, this triple-digit heat in the u.s. millions of people are trying to deal with this deadly heat wave. we'll tell you which states are suffering the most and when we can ever expect some relief. but, again, i need to go back to that still-developing story in norway. the death toll is now up to 92 after a pair of terrifying attacks have sent this entire nation of norway into shock. people are questioning, or, rather, police are questioning a man accused of planting a bomb in downtown oslo, and then opening fire at a youth camp on utoya island, that's some 20 miles away. local media reporting the identity of the suspect as 32-year-old norwegian anders behring breivik. you're seeing his picture here. he's believed to be a right-wing extremist. they're still trying to determine whether anyone else was involved. this is being called norway's bloodiest attack. vice president seen anything like this
now in norway's capital city. that powerful be explosion that is said to have put a car on its side in front of the building, potentially the car that had the bomb in it outside government headquarters at the prime minister's office. at least two deaths so far in that explosion. you can see the scene on the streets here. fifteen other people were injured, but those numbers could change as authorities begin to assess the fallout here. that attack came as norway is dealing with a home-grown terror plot linked to al-qaeda. greg burke is streaming live for us from rome with the very latest on this. >> reporter: hi, martha. that's right. you know, more and more news just keeps coming out, the latest is that which you mentioned which certainly does make it look like things were coordinated here. as many as five people shot at a youth camp or a youth meeting, sort of a summer camp thing just outside of oslo. also some reports of suspicious packages, one at a tv station, also at the train station. what we do know for sure, a bomb -- a very powerful one or perhaps more -- going off just a fe
. >>> breaking news in norway now. a massive explosion in the capital of oslo today, killed two people and shattered government buildings. the officers of the prime minister were extremely damaged but a government spokesman says he is safe. there are reports of a second explosion going off after the first, and numerous people were injured. rubble and glass from broken windows littered the streets. and nobody is claiming responsibility. also in a separate incident, a person dressed as a police officer opened fire today at a youth camp on a norwegian island. that story still developing. and joining us on the phone is ian dutton. tell us where you were when this blast occurred? >> caller: i am on the 28th floor of a tower hotel here in downtown oslo, about a quarter of a mile from the blast site. i work for a u.s. airline and had flown overnight to oslo and arrived a few hours before the blast so was catching up on sleep after the overnight flight. >> did you feel it? >> caller: absolutely. at first i was not sure if i my bed been hit by lightning or there was an earthquake, which is unus
for astronomers. >> the man charged with the mass murder in norway on friday has said that he wants to explain his actions when he appears in court in a couple of hours' time. the lawyer for anders behring breivik says his client admits carrying out the car bombing in oslo and the shootings on a nearby island, but he does not believe he deserves punishment. norway is to hold a minute silence in about an hour to remember those killed in the attacks. the bbc's john graves has this report for us. >> if anders behring breivik wanted the world's attention, today he will certainly have it. in a courtroom in oslo, the 2-year-old is expected to explain what motivated him to kill nearly 100 of his countrymen. he's already told his lawyer he wanted to transform the western world. >> what he said is that he wanted a change in society and that this, in his view, in his head, must happen through a revolution. >> three days after the attacks, the final death toll isn't yet known. in the waters around the island of utoeya, searches are still continuing for those unaccounted for. the boats have been plying these
of norway today. stunning news, a country reeling tonight from two vicious and deadly attacks that have left at least 17 people dead, many feared to be teenagers at a summer youth camp. it started in a norwegian capital of oslo when at least one bomb tore through the prime minister's office building, blowing out windows and killing at least seven people. later, in what police believe was a related attack, a lone gunman opened fire at a summer camp for teens on an island 25 miles outside oslo, killing many more. the attacks have touched off wide ranging speculation about the motive and who may be responsible. nbc's martin fletcher is monitoring developments for us from our london bureau tonight. martin, what's the latest? >> lester, norway's prime minister called for calm and unity in this difficult time. norway, of course, known as a small, peaceful country. that was shattered today in the hardest way. it is the worst attack on norway since world war ii. 3:30 in the heart of the capital, a massive bomb blast outside the prime minister's office. at least seven dead, 100 wounded. debris over h
is norway's foreign minister who was with the prime minister in the news conference. thank you for joining us, sir. i know right now you are not prepared to say anything more about the suspect, but can you say is there any information about whether he had accomplices? >> the police is sticking to one suspect. i think we have to respect that. if there is to be any speculation it's whether one person can do both attacks, policeman them and execute them. >> being there and seeing the crime scene and seeing that island, can you fathom that this one person carried this out? >> well, i guess -- i spent a whole day on the island on thursday when the theme was politics and joy and youthfulness, and the day after it was turned into hell on earth. i spent the last hours of this night with relatives, mothers and fathers and grandparents and sisters of those who have lost loved ones, and it's a tremendous pain, you know, sendsing off young people to a cheerful summer camp and then you have a massacre unfolding. this is a day for norway to come together as a community and say to the rest of the world w
of tragedy. the people of norway gather to remember those killed in friday's attacks as the man accused of carrying them out tells the court he was not acting alone. breaking her silence, the maid accusing dominque strauss-kahn of sexual assault speaks out to tell her side of the story, and tying the knot in new york, as gay couples line up to get married. some merchants are set to cash in. welcome to our viewers on pbs in america and also around the globe. tonight, the country of norway remains in mourning as roughly 100,000 people gathered to remember those killed in friday's attacks. the show of solidarity comes on the same day that anders behring breivik, the man accused of carrying out the deadly assault, appeared in court claiming he had not acted alone and that there were two more cells in his organization. our europe editor starts our coverage. >> this was the moment when the man accused of norway's mass killings headed to court. anders behring breivik, wearing a dark red top, sat next to police officers. outside the courthouse, crowds had gathered. most of them fiercely opposed
and senate leaders begin working on rival backup plans. >>> nation in mourning. norway remembers the victims of its worst ever peacetime attack. >>> and deep space oasis. scientists discover the largest water reservoir yet ten billion scientists discover the largest water reservoir yet ten billion light years away. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> this is "early today" for monday, july 25th, 2011. >> hello and good morning. i'm amara sohn. we begin with running out of time. it was a working weekend in washington as the president met with congressional leaders trying to come up with a plan on tackling the debt limit. but in a sign of the deep divisions on capitol hill, two rival plans now appear to be in the works. for more, we go to nbc's tracie potts in washington. tracie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the bottom line this morning, still no deal here in washington. ever so close to this deadline for default. republicans, democrats, the white house, all working overtime this weekend to try to come to some agreement. president obama had top democrats at the white h
news from the part of the world where we don't hear news like this often, downtown oslo, norway, an explosion has damaged government buildings, central oslo, including the offices of the prime minister. several people have been wounded, the blast blew out most windows on a 17-story building that holds the prime minister's office and mere by ministries including the -- nearby ministries, including the oil ministry, and a report from reuters, at least 8 injured, the cause of the blast not known, tangled wreckage of a car outside of one building and that might be a clue in the end, obviously, and, police and fire officials, not commenting on the cause for this. bringing news, right now, out of oslo, norway, believe it or not, a sleepy country there, in scandanavia and we'll get back to that in a moment and in the meantime, back here, closer to home an "fox news alert," awaiting a benchmark and a battle cry, and, they reduced the massive debt. and senate lawmakers set to take up, perhaps, the cut, cap and balance plan in a moment, put forth by tea party republicans in the house and
. >>> turning to the tragedy in norway. the suspect in the oslo massacre goes before a judge today and asked for an open hearing and wanted to dress in uniform. both requests were denied. randall pinkston has more from norway. >> reporter: a black police vehicle carrying an ders breivik drove away from a courthouse. the suspect in the worst peacetime attack in norway confessed saying it was necessary. >> the issue be that he needed to carry out these acts in order to save norway and western europe from cultural takeover. >> breivik is accused of setting off of a car bomb near the prime minister's office then going to a remote island to attack young people at a political retreat. many of the children of liberal party members. at the hearing, officials say the 32-year-old claimed there are two more cells in his organization. so, the judge ruled breivik be held in complete isolation while police investigate the claims. the defense experts say it could be months before police complete their investigation. while he's being detained, prosecutors have asked the court to bar breivik from speaking to
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